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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 3 December 1865

CO U 111 ' B fx .Jn. .. Lr; I kr tV f WWf fS!ri 7 "5 si-Aa voo DALLES, ORRGON, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 3, ISOS..; no. or. a b I I d Hx , . narai v i i h i vassal sw li 0 i B Jin Hi G I MSf, 4 PUBLISHED EVERY 5I0RNING, (MONDAYS IXOIPTID,) BY E. G. COHSE &. j. IIALLORAHT, EDITORS AND PBOPgHTORr. ' Teems Txtnly-firftomU per week, payable to the carrier per month, by mall, $1; three months, (2 60; six " months, ti ; out' year, $8. Adv,ertleeuienU Inserted at ' low rates. . Job Printing. ' ' ' ; . . Kvery description of plain and fancy Job Printing axe uted with neatness and despatch, and forwarded aa per -order to any part of (he country. Payment Jor Job tint ing mutt be made on delivery aj work. I UMATILLA HOUSE, DALLES, bRECON. .. . HANDLE Y & SINNOTT, Prop'rs. THIS POPULAR HOUSE, ONIItAI.LT LOCATED, ITear the Steamboat Landing & Eailroad Depot,1 Has been rocoutly enlarged and Improved, and will now accommodate , HO O GS-TJE ST. S . T WILL BK C0NDU0TBD aa heretofore, aa a FIRST J...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 3 December 1865

SUNDAY MOU.MXC. DEC. 8, 18(!5. Rapids, and particularly in the section north and west of the Columbia, he will find the most convenient and easily improved loca tions, and tlie finest climate. If he wishes to contrast the degree of comfort respective ly enjoyed by tho miner and farmer, be will do well to vUit Walla Walla and observe the effects of five years of moderate exert on. In that place he will also have an- opportu nity to contrast the relative financial pros pects of the farmer and miner, and this will convince him of the advantages of tbo me thod of life we recoiumend. After a practi cal lesson of this kind, most men'will be. anx ious to secure similar chances in life, and they nceti not hunt far to find them. PRACTICAL SUGGESTIONS OU THE SKTT1.KIF.IT AND DEVELOP. " BIB BIT OV THE COLUMBIA. UAS1N. It will readily be perceived that, if a tithe of the vast amount of gold and silver which has been taken put of the mines of the Co lumbia Baslnj In the last five years, bad been...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 3 December 1865

C3 Epitome of Telegraphic .News. COMHLKD rtott tUt OttEQOSHS. 'Sates to novEBiuan The Mercury says llie repre-entallte of the American Government at ihii i ort bus been liocatue arrival of this vessel, lb couimunt-. cation with tbe Uu lorn authorities It is alau stated that c rtuiu commercial houses; who were lately interested iu the success of the I ouleilemcy, we e etieairou yesterday in tntikiutc inquiries regarding the Shenanduahf ttud lucre tuny be, tlieretoro, some point raised. H8 to giv.nif up the vessel. Some of ' the autnorities liuve been coiurauuicntod with, and tlreir decision in tegard to the fi nal uispos tion ot the vessel may be expected in a few days. s. . The French Qovernment had a prosecution gainst the vprnion Rationale for spreading news about Mexico calculated to disturb the public. peace. , . The lima continued to disparage the RuS- sell Kj ibinet, and says it would almost seem as if there must bo uu in erval of disorgani sation, after whicu the Cabinet will...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 3 December 1865

gailj IJUirataitutr. Thk New Code of Politeness. Since the doctrine of women's rights began to be preached, and the strong xnindod of tho sex have undertaken to do manly work in a manly way, there is a marked decline of chivalry and and, gallantry among the men.' Tbey not as if they thought, 11 These cren. tares are able to take caro of them selves, why should we givo them any more deference or attention than if they were the men they aspire to be?" This will never do. The men must be taught to know their places. If not spontaneously polite, they ..must be so on compulsion, and the way to bring them round is to treat tbom like tho bruts they know themselves to be. ;Somo of our ladies understand how to do this to a charm, and make it evident on all occasions lhat jn their Opinion broeches havo no rights which petticoats are bound to respect. If one of them enters a railroad car and wants a seat already occupied by a man, she juBt plants herself before him and says by attitude and exp...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 5 December 1865

MY mi VOL.. O. I) V LLTSS, ORKGON, TUESDAY DECEMIlElIi 5, NO. 08. PUBLISHED EVERY MOOING, (MONDAYS BXOKPTID,) BT E. G. COWSE & J. HALLORAIV, KD1T0IIS AND PROPHIKTOR?. Turks Twerdy-Jlvectntl per woek, payable to the carrier . per month, by mail, tl; three months, $2 60; aix months, $6; oueyear, $3. Advertisements Inserted at low rates. Job Printing. Every description of plain nnd fancy Job Printing exe nled with neatness And despatch, And forwarded as per orifer to any part of the couutry. Payment Jor Job Print ing muit be made on delivery a) work. UMATILLA HOUSE, DALLES, OREGON. HANDLE V &SIiiOTTt I'rop'rs. TRI8 POFUl.Ul nOCSE, CIKTRAUT LOOATBD, Near the Steamboat Landing & Bailroad Depot, Has been recently enlarged and Improved, and will uow accommodate :too aiiESTS. IT WILL RK CONDUCTKD an heretofore, as a Fin ST CLASS HOUSE, and the patronage of tbe traveling public Iff respectfully sollcltel. 49" IlagRage taken to the House free of charge. House open all night. . LAR...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 5 December 1865

Czl v 0rtnt'ainccr. TUESDAY MOKMXG, DEC. 5, IS05. Capt. VVuitc's steamboat nt Culvilla is called "Forty-Nine," in allusion to her con struction near the 49tb parallel. Thirb is much, litigation in Grande Ronde, which is attributed mostly to two mischief. ' making lawyers at La Grande. , A Financial article in a San Francisco paper contains a couplet from Goldsmith's poems. In consequence there is more poetry ! thanUoth in It. VAuotion Sak. John Williams, Auctioneer, t 'will sell, this morning, 'bo handsome resi dence formerly occupied by W. H. Newell. This Is a fino opportunity to purchase a nice piece of property. Sale at 10 o'clock. Parker Pii.lshitry of the Anti-Llaverg Standard thinks that Andrew Johnson ought to be impeached. He considers tho Presi dent's policy of reconstruction "practically failure." So does Fred. Douglas. WittDKLti Phillips is delivering alectuie proving that the South wis victorious on the issues involved in the great civil struggle. If the South is actuall...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 5 December 1865

en 9at Mitritiitamccr. MSS 1'J -'irSEEV ; ...... ..... ... T- 00 ' jiain sireci, vanes, WH0USALI IKS UTAH, DEAUS IS CIGARS. TOBACCO, SNUFF, . PIPES, &o. Epitome of Telegraphic News. fooxrasD rnox thi obeooniax. 1 DATES TO NOVBBIDKH 3a. Washington, November 26. The greater portion of the President's message bits beeu placed in type to-day. I: will be completed in ample timo'to be delivered, to distant cities by special messenger, to be hnnded to the p es' tlie day it is presented to Congress. luo lepons 01 the secretaries of toe treas ury nnd Interior are complete, and being placed in type. Neto York Nov. 26 The Herald snys : TliU cession of the U. S. Circuit Couri, with either Chief Justice Chase or Judge Uadtr wood presiding, has been or ered to com mence at Norfolk, Va., to-morrow.: It is thought by some that his business Will be the trial of Jeff. Divis. . . . Airier from UoorgU says, that the late rebel General Jordon Is practicing law in Atlanta. Wheeler is in the commissio...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 5 December 1865

'-IWrffTlililifaiiflitiffiatim nmimttx. An Arabian Sultana. Mr. Sala's letter from Algiers, which in published In the London papers, bus the follow ing: . .... - . , No, you are Africa, this, indeed, is Algiers, and the Arabian Nights are all around you. There goes the Sul tana Scheherazade. Thofiultana walk ing resemblos a clothes bag bifurcated, or a pair of well inflated, pillows, sur D30untod by a bolster, and covered with a mosquito curtain. 1 The SuU tana may bo one of the wives of a wealthy Morosco," or she may be a washerwoman. She Maurcque, and her out door custom is invariable. It consists of a pair of very baggy gallU gaskins, not at all of Zouave cut, but precisely that kind of Turkish trou sers which Mandano wears to the opera of Antaxorxes. These, the shintiyan of the Turkish woman, are of plain white muslin; above is a quan tity of semi diaphauousdrapery, which I cannot attempt to describe; over all is thrown a long robe, or fomenino togs, of very fine white linen or ...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 6 December 1865

on VOL. O. DALLES, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER O, 1H05. NO. OO. PUBLISHED EYERY MORNING, (MONDAYS EXOBPTBD,) BY E. G. COWAE & J. HALLORAHT, DIT0R3 AND PROPRIETORS. - Tinas Tnenty-flet eenti par week, payable to the carrier per month, by mail, SI; three months, $2 60; liz months, $s ; one year, $8. Advertisements Inserted at lav rates. Job Printing. Every description of plain and fancy Job Printing exe nted with ueatness and despatch, aud forwarded as per ori'er to any part of the country. VaymmtJorJob Print . ing mutt is made on delivery tf work. UMATILLA HOUSE, DALLES, OREGON. IIAIVDLEY &SIXKOTT, I'rop'rs. THIS POPCltn HOUSE, 0JNIR4U.Y LOCtTIS, Near the Steamboat Landing & Bailroad Depot, Has been recently enlarged and Improved, aud will now accommodate 3 O O ' GUESTS. 5T WILL BW CONDUCTED as heretofore, as a FIRST CLASS HOUSE, and the patronage of the traveling public Is respectfully solicited. eT Baggage taken to (be House free of charge. Houbs pen all night. LARGE FI...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 6 December 1865

Wfa II" HI III i in , I'M '-TflTI . .. i. .... I i a very uncomplimentary aoi'ouoi oi Dia peai-I tt n T. i I In. I e n 1 u t CJU of Oregon sod tbe few scattered, settlers of Bn of th1 A.m0.r.i. nBrlmMinn; Th. .hat.. I - . . . . h. ni..mv,i. n.,i .... iinx.n k. n, I . . .... . . I I Ynrnec unit ITfici fpoio-ht l inn. WRllKSnAT MOKMNG DEC. 0. 1865. .. - - - ment or party rancor is not tbe least nopeiul I mv0. W 1 ' explosion of tbe Similkameen excitement and sea of our DrolrreM ln the last five rears, and nrtms t.tnr ts KfwT comm. nriNNiNO A pobtiom of tbe advertisements of this the Rock Creek humbug. For rosny years tt u fair to assume that the next five will be Cmatiiia to Idaho cuy, vi Boi City, l .... . . . . .u ! il i r u nd prepared to curry Freight and valuable Packages paper were "pied" last night at a late hour, previous to that time, the people of the coun- marked by still more desirable' and beneficial between these and all lutenmHhate point, with certaiuty and hence their ...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 6 December 1865

gjonntaiuccrr WALDRON ItKOl, Wholesale & Retail Druggists, Mala street! Dalies, Oregon. Epitome of Telegraphic News. COMPILED rnOM TIU OREOOftlAR. DATES TO NOVKMBKR 30. rENOW OCCUPY OUR NSW TWO 8T0KY FIRE w v proof Stone Drugs, Medicines and Chomtcals, consisting iu part of nronf Stone butldinir. opposite Bloch, Miller A Co.. and offer to the publio a full and complete stock of I Waahinjlon Nov. 25. The Republican pub lishes the following disputrh : Washington, Nov. 7 To B. Q. Humphrey, Governor of Mississippi The troops will be withdrawn f. om Mississippi when ia the opiniou of the Government, pence, order and civil authority have been restored and can be mtiinttiiued without them ; every step will bo takeu while tbey are thoie, to in force a . strict discipline and subordination to civil authority. There can be no other or greater ssistauce given than hits heretofore been given on the part of the President or Gov ernment. There is no concession required ou the part of the peop...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 6 December 1865

' INSURRECTION IN jAMAICA-BBCTAL- Jty of the Negroes. The alrociiies of tbe " Black " rebellion in Jamaica more befits the condition of tbe negro in his wild slate in Africa than one would suppose (tould ue ponsible to be committed by blacks that claim to bo free and civilized. The Colonial Stan dard of the 20th nit., says that alter tbe negroes' had taken possession of St. Thomas, the volunteers being over- E ovrered, took refugo in the Court ouse, where the Custos, the Magis tracy, Clergr and other gontlemen were. . Finding that these parties had taken shelter, they smashed the win. dows to atorr.e, firing continually into the Court House, when the volunteers .returned their fire, doing good service. About half-past five o'clock the Court House was fired. The Custos then put out a flag of truco by advice of the Clerk of tbe Peace. Tbe riot ers asked what it meant, and were unswered peace 1 They said they did not want peaco, they wantod war. A second flag of truce was put out, with...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 7 December 1865

- . CJJ YOL. O. DAI.LKS, onr-GON, THURSDAY, DECEMBEB 1JS0. NO. lOOs atlg gjlountatitccr, PCBLlSliED ET15RI MORNING, E. G. cOivUE & J. 1IAL1-ORAX, EDITORS AND PROPRIETOR!. l'SRMR rwe(yTIecen(jr per week, payable to the carrier per mouth, by mail, $1; three months, $2 60; six itionOiH, $6ub yoftr, $8. AUvertUeuieuti iuaertod at iow rates, Job Printing. Every dencr.pt.oi. of plain and fancy Job Printing exe tfted with ne.it liens and despatch, and forwarded as per oritur t any part of the country. Pay nent J or Job Print ing mtit be made on delivery uj work UMATILLA HOUSE, DALLES, OREGON. IIAXDI.EY & SI WO IT, I'rop'ia. ' THI9 POPUIAB HOUSE, 0ENTRAM.T LOCATED, If oar tlia Steamboat landing & Sailroad Depot, Mas been recently enlarged aud improved, and will uow accommodate 3 O O GUESTS. 5T WILL KM COVDUCTED a heretofore, as FIRST OuASS HOUSE, mill the patronage of the traveling public In reii.'trully solicito f. tj- l)v'i.:o taken tulhe House froe of charge. House ' open nil...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 7 December 1865

en lailn fjjoimtattucr. TIIuRSDAY MORitlXO, DEC. 1, 1865. To dat being tbo day appointed by Presi dent Johnson and Got. Gibbs for Thanks giving, no paper will bo issued from this office to morrow. . Montana News. Wo have files of the Mon tana roat to the 18th of November, from ' which we compile the following : The fossil remains of a human being were found on Meagher's Bar, near Nevada, which Indicate that he (or she) bolonged to a race of gigantic proportions. The wi'lth between ,tho articulations of the suh-maxillarr bono is fully five iuchea. From this, tho Montana medical men estimate that the being was of at least ton and a. half fect in height, and possibly twelve. The teeth were pcrroct, which may be accounted for by the fact that they were embedded in a close alluvial de posit, which was formed in what was ono time an eddy of the river. The remains of a mastadon, of about twice the size of an Asiatic elephant were found in connection with tho human fossils. A molar-tooth of...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 7 December 1865

C3) jpailit Indnr.tiiratcr. ' ' THK CITY TRADK. Dalles, December 7, 1805. As winter closes In on the upper country, nles of goods have declined to almost noth ing, and shipment up the river Are reduced to a tithe of those going forward in rummer. The discovery of mines on the upper sec tion of the Columbia River, promises to ben- etit this place in a very great degree. The agricultural lands lying north of the river will be called 'upon to supp'y these mines with many of the leading articles of subsist ence, and with the growth of farming settle ments in that direction will come a new and most important element in our local trade. This will bo permanent in its nature, and after the mines, which will hasten the devel opment of these lands, have ceased to yield up their treasures, this trade will continue to grow. ' We are in receipt of blgMy favorable news from Elk' and Deep creeks, on the Middle Fork of John Day ; also, from the mines in the river-bed of the main John Day, ten miles...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 7 December 1865

ailirlHountaiiutr. UNDER THE ThOKN. Sweet was the breath of the hawthorubusli ' Tint tilew in tin briery lime, i And tender the veser tung the thrush l'oureil forth iu low re f ruin; . And tondetly milled the curving lips That never shall suille again. The breath of the hawthorn'! snowy bloom fell faint on the happy air, And the gay wild bird sang on unheard In the hushol love's low prayer; And the sun went down, but the twilight flush , Lovingly lingered there . - Again T stand by the blonml' g thorn, ; And muse of the wasted years, ' And I sigh for the day so far away, And Its tender hopes and fears .And I morn that the world has brought me bock With a heart too hard for tears. John Hay. Epitome of Telegraphic News. COHPILBD rOM TH( OREO.ONIAH. SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. jy'ltHJHll HTOCKI i)is.Eti;u r& oeios., Dalles and Walla WdlliVv PULSUS IK . Staple and Fancy Dry Goods ItllneiN' Outfits, Hoots and Shoes, Clothing, Hats and Caps, Groceries, And a full assortment of General Me...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 10 December 1865

VOL. . DALLES, OREGON, SUNDAY, DECEJIBEH lO, 1805. NO. lOl. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING (MONDAYS' SXOKPTIO,) BY E. G. COWKE & J. II.4LI-ORAX, ED1T0U8 AND PR0PH1RT0R9. Term Taenty-Hvecents per week, payablo to the carrier per month, liy mail, $1; throe months, tittO; six months, $6 oue year, $8. Advertisements laaerted at ' low rates. Job Printing. Rvery description of plain and fancy Job Printing exe uted with neatness and despatch, and forwarded as per order to any part of tlio country. Payment J or Job Vriul ing must be mads on deliver) oj work. ' UMATILLA HOUSE, DALLES, OREGON. IIAXDLEY & SLVXOTT, I'ron'rs. THIS POPULAR HOUSE, OCNTRALLY LOCATED, Near the Steamboat landing k Sailroad Depot, yu beou recently enlarged aud improved, and will now accommodate MOO GUESTS. IT WILL BH CONDUCTED an heretofore, aa a FIRST CLASS HOUSE, and tli" patronage or the traveling iuhlie is rt't'uctt'ully sulicilo i. - llngage taken tolho House free of chargo. House poti all night. LARGE FIRE -PRO...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 10 December 1865

Skill) Wnuimttx. SUNDAY MOUSING, DKC. 10, 1803. UEPLECTK1S9 ON TUB PROSPKCT OF 'A'lllfi COM1NU YfiAK. The eitent of mining ground already dis covered aud partially developed, in the Co lumbia Basin, Is ample to employ an opera tive population sufficient to eat up all the supplies which the adjacent agricultural dis tricts are capable, at present, of producing. Unfortunately for every permanent interest of the country, the population is too small to produce a decided current in any direc tion. This deficiency and the effects arising from it, are made worse by those wild min ing excitements which divert the operative population fiom steadily directed efforts in a given direction. Sometimes these excitements result in a positive injury, and still more frequently are of very doubtful utility. The great dauger of unsettling a mining population, is that many drift out of the range of the trde up the Columbia River, which is the main-stay of our prosperity. The Occur d'Alene hum bug was on...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 10 December 1865

r3? ' Epitouii, of TelcsrapMc News. . j , . " da.1'ks"t usckntER 9. Atlantic New. Vathinaton. Tlac's 3 The Pra.Ment'a Mei. g to Congress, to-day, says that tlx re simnce to ike General GUvirnment having etbausted itsel', the first question was, wbe- S tales wlucb attempted to secede should be held as conquered territories under military authority emanating from tbe Prefideni : but be considerslthiit 'he military govern ment establtsueaUor an iu lehmte period would have offereroo security for tbe sup pression of tbe dilvontenliiient, would have divided thepeop euito vanquishers and van quished, an i envenVined tbeir hatred ratlier than restored tliet alTectiou. The trae theory is, that all tretended acts ot eeces fion wvre, from the Winning, null and voiff. Stales cannot permit treason in tje indivi dual ciiizen who maV have commmed trea son in tue attempt tUtecede anrlvfjtc tbeir Stales in a con ii ionj wb j'uaclions were suspended bul aff jfoyed; but if State refuses to-pclp Sifice...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily mountaineer. — 10 December 1865

VHB ,bKG)ISL.ATVRK- SPKCIAL 8KS- ' ooxnun raoM ibi ,oraomuc.J - 1 eo. o. The iiouflB.r-m cue uouse the Committee on Credentials usked for time to report the "contested eleo tion' case From the Fifteenth Repre sentative District? ' A joint resolution was, offered authorising the printing of 600 copies pf 4,he Governor's Mes Ba'are and accompany'ine documents. iT10JS" Senate --A; Joii)t .Resolution wasomred by Mr. JPyle adopting the : Amendment to the National Constita-tion;-;- - V'Y "-JDeo.6. The Senate Sbrne unims portant business was done, and' the Constitutional Amendment was adc-p ted, by the following.' vote :.. Yeas Messrs, Cornelius, Dot) noli, Fraaer, Greenwood, Grim,. Hinsdale,' Ilovey, Palmer,'. Pylo, Wagner, Watson and Mr. President 13. ; vv..'.. -Nays Caldwell, Cnrisman and Curl 8.- r'::' -'"'C'--,' The House. Mr. Hogue was ad mitted, as mombor from the Fifteenth District. A resolution authorizing inquiry into the causes of the delay in printing the Compilation of Laws wa...

Publication Title: Daily Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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